We can supply food safety test reports for all our items to ensure they reach the highest standards for you.
Urban Bar is Carbon Neutral
Our commitment to the environment means every order you place is carbon neutral to your door whether you are ordering for your bar or online. Rest assured that by ordering with us you are helping maintain the health of the planet.
Urban Bar offsets 125% of our CO2e Carbon Footprint, contributing to several projects in the developing world which support a variety of social benefits locally.
The Portel-Pará Reduced Deforestation (REDD) Project in Brazil project works to prevent deforestation in the Amazon rain forest helping maintain the natural habitats of numerous endangered species.
The REDD Project covers an area of rain forest 177,899.5 Hectares in size, home to an abundance of diverse species important to the maintenance of various tree species throughout the rain forest.
The project aims to avoid over 22 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) greenhouse gas emissions over a 40 year period.
We also support the Rimba Raya project in Indonesia, supporting an economically viable living to deforestation in the region and in doing so providing a range of social benefits locally, brining needed employment, health improvement and biodiversity.
UN Global Compact
Sandbar AP Ltd t/a Urban Bar is a member of the UN Global Compact, committed to the improvement of global business practices in relation to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
Sandbar AP Ltd t/a Urban Bar is dedicated to improving environmental and social practices in conjunction with EcoVadis. We currently hold a Silver "Advanced" CSR level of sustainability performance. and are placed within top 25% of companies dedicated to improving social, ethical, and environmental work practices in our supply chain.
Meet Joyce: International Animal Rescue
Urban Bar is proud to have adopted Joyce, an orangutan in Borneo. She was only a few months old when she was taken from her mother, and then kept as a pet for nearly a year.
Joyce now lives in the Orangutan Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre, Ketapang, West Kalimantan, Borneo. Joyce underwent a rehabilitation program to ensure she could adjust from the unnatural environment of being kept as a pet, and now enjoys living in a forest with her soul mate Gunung in the Orangutan Rescue Centre.